All engineering

January 12, 2021

Wearable technology course expands to meet demand

Spring semester virtual class offered after success of fall course

Illustration of the movement of different molecules during the oxidation of high-entropy alloy nanoparticles.

January 4, 2021

Better together: Scientists discover far-reaching applications of nanoparticles made of multiple elements

An emerging type of alloy nanoparticle proves more stable, durable than single-element nanoparticles

October 20, 2020

Detecting damaged infrastructure with state-of-the-art sensors

Civil and materials engineering faculty member plans to use sensors to help monitor the health of U.S. infrastructure

September 1, 2020

Online learning allows students to discover ‘incredible implications of wearable technology’

Students creating technology from kits mailed to their homes

August 10, 2020

Engineering breakthrough can mitigate COVID-19 contamination in dental clinics

Engineering, dentistry colleges work together to keep dental clinics safe during pandemic

traffic on a highway

June 2, 2020

What will America look like after pandemic ends?

Engineering researchers examine impact of COVID-19 on future behaviors

June 1, 2020

Graduate finds success by turning tragedy into challenge

Engineering student reflects on path to graduation

Miiri Kotche

June 1, 2020

UIC bioengineer named notable woman in STEM by Crain’s Chicago Business

Bioengineering professor Miiri Kotche honored as role model in STEM fields

May 8, 2020

Five engineering students awarded ASCE scholarships

UIC students awarded five of just 12 scholarships given in the state

May 8, 2020

MIE doctoral candidate wins award for graduate research

Rukmava Chatterjee recognized for research by UIC Graduate College

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